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I Hunger for You (Primes Series, Book 3) Mass Market Paperback – April 1, 2005

3.3 out of 5 stars 28 customer reviews
Book 3 of 9 in the Primes Series

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"An outstandingly sexy...series."
-- Romantic Times

About the Author

Susan Sizemore is the New York Times bestselling author of numerous paranormal, urban fantasy, historical, contemporary, and futuristic romances, including Primal Instincts, Primal Needs, and Primal Desires. She lives in the Midwest.
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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Pocket Star; First Printing edition (April 1, 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0743467442
  • ISBN-13: 978-0743467445
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 0.9 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,737,944 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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First of all, the type was not too large nor was the story too short. The type could have been half the size and the story twice the length and it still would not have worked. When Ms. Sizemore decided that Colin would be a Prime Vampire who was just 36 years old, she set the story up for failure. Just think about it. If you were in his situation knowing that you could live for five hundred years, would you want to find your bond mate at 36? How could anyone not understand Colin's reaction to Mia. He is young, has his expectations for what he wants in a mate, and is not at all ready to change or accept what fate has decided for him. He hasn't even lived long enough to experience the angst that older Prime vampires feel when they are searching for, and not able to find, their bond mate. No wonder Colin is always trying to ditch Mia. Mia on the other hand is a, I don't know exactly how old, virgin. Where has she been, living under a rock waiting for Colin, who is so young he doesn't even realize that Mia's virginity is still intact or experience the pleasure of being her first? How sad is that for a story line. The only good part of this book, and the reason I gave it three stars, is Laurent. There is great potential in his story. I assume he is supposed to be tribe, yet something is not quite right about his lineage. Tribe vampires are montsters hunted and destroyed by clan vampires and mortal hunters, so what is different about Laurent? We can only hope that Ms. Sizemore uses this great idea to its full potential. By the way Laurent is the reason you want to buy and read this book if you are hooked on this series.
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Colin Foxe - 32, S.W.A.T. member, Clan vampire. Likes fast cars, fast women, and killing the occasional bad guy be they human or Tribe vamp.

Mia Luchese - unknown age, apparently an enthusiastic virgin, indepedantly wealthy. Likes a little o positive herself & thinks she's bad enough to become a wannabe vampire hunter.

Well it sounds exciting enough but this story fell a little flat. Colin can't even figure out on his own that the woman he's been in bed with was a virgin. I understand he's way young for a Vampire but come on! And Mia isn't a real hunter, & she's not a vampire, but she likes sucking blood and she can make Colin forget that she does it although she doesn't realize she's pshycic...yeah.

The real positives in this book are the reintroduction of the "I Burn for You" characters, the new vamp lore, and a brand new character Laurant who will be Ms. Sizemore's next hero although she hasn't given the release date. He made this book worth reading. Also sexy Tony Crowe is back and let's hope he also gets a book!

I was also disapointed that Marcus from her last novel wasn't included in this book considering that the Patron ( head evil guy) was his personnal nemesis.

Altogether this book is definitly worth reading and will be a great way to kill a Sunday afternoon, it won't be a permanent fixture by your pillow.
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A fan of the previous two books in this series I was extremely unhappy with this one.

The hero was totally unlikable. I could not find any redeeming qualities in him whatsoever. He spend the whole book finding fault with the heroine, complaining, belittling, you name it. He supposedly "bonded" with her but was able to sleep with a different woman every night. The last couple pages of the book where he decides that he "loves" her are supposed to redeem him and give it a happy ending.
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this book was a very good vampire romance..but the characters were not as like able as the other books in this series. i found the hero a bit of a prig and the herione OK. the supporting characters in this book were very good. some old favorites and i will be looking forward to her next installment. as i said, it was very good but "I Burn for You & I Thirst for you" were better
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Colin Foxe is a prime we met in a previous book, I found him to be just as hunky this time around.. The only thing I didn't like was his fixation with bonding with a vampire female. If bonding is the greatest thing that can happen to a Prime, as long as she is his match and mate, I found him to be stuck on himself. Obviously his opinion of mortals is abit biased. The fact that he could go with a different female every night after leaving Mia, just made him a hound in my opinion. I think one of the other reviewers said he acted like he was 12 years old, and I agree strongly. I kept wishing Mia would tell him to go soak his head.

Mia is a mortal whose family have been vampire hunters for many generations. However, she doesn't believe in vamps and knows nothing about fighting them. After finding out Colin in a vamp she contacts her great-grandfather to find out more about them and how to fight them. Wouldn't you know her grandpa is the Patron, the very man the Clans are hunting. The manticore tribe is after him as well. It was very interesting to find out all the diffenences between the Clan, Tribes, and Purists.

When Colin and Mia are forced to bond because she bit him, (it's OK if he bites her during mating, but she wasn't supposed to bite him). I say more power to her. So against his will, (he still thinks he may be able to get rid of her and bond with a real Vampire Chick) they are bonded by the matri of his clan. Then the tribe contacts the clan to demand Mia because her grandpa stole their money.

Mia agrees to help them get their money if they will not kill her grandpa. So Colin, Mia and Laurent fly to grandpa's. Laurent pretending to be a captured vamp. Needless to say Laurent's Tribe can't be trusted, and the ensueing mess finally comes to a conclusion.
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